This course was a very good sum up of Daniel Kahneman's thinking fast and slow. Definitely recommend to everyone who would like to know more about our flaws or would like to refresh your knowledge.
Good course! There is just one thing I would improve here - an explanation of the mistakes after the tests are done. This improvement should increase the student`s understanding of specific topics.
by Megha S•
I'm a beginner in Economics so it was a little tougher than I imagined but overall, very interesting and the professors explained as best as they could.
by Aaron M•
While some of the topics on the exams, could have had better coverage in the course materials, it was nonetheless an interesting and informative class.
by Tara T C•
Week 3's lecture and reading materials are inadequate for preparing for the week 3 quiz. I wish more videos and readings would have been uploaded.
by Panagiota A•
Interesting -supported by theory- insight on how financial decisions are made and in which false assumptions/predictions decision makers ¨fall¨.
by Myron E•
Comprehensive in the context of time limitations. A good method to introduce the nomenclature and concept definitions to ignoramuses like me.
by Narisha R•
This is a good introductory course. It is well taught and opened up a new level of understanding about decision-making processes and trends.
by Michael G•
I learned valuable mental skills for approaching behavioral finance. However, the quizzes were only marginally associated with the material.
by Bettina B•
I like that if makes you apply concepts instead of just asking, but would have liked explanations to answers of some questions (esp Week 2)
by Sima O•
Such an amazing course, I wish there were more videos by Professor Rasiel in general specially with respect to crashes and bubbles. Thanks
by Carlos P C D C•
I really enjoyed the course and would love to go more in-depth into these basis as I feel it just scratches the surface on this subject.
by Marie F•
Very good 2 first weeks. The links in the last week to articles were not working, it might be better to include the content in the ppt
by Zisis S•
Well presented and interesting topic. However, it seemed to be some issues in regards to how the quizzes corresponded to the material.
by Karan S•
The lectures do not explain the biases quite clearly to understand them thoroughly or completely. Other than that a great course.
by Hamna M•
This course has really helped understand why people make decisions that they make and how to avoid these mistakes in investment.
by Shruthi B•
More extensive examples to understand the biases. More feedback on the quizzes.Only week 1 quiz had feedback with explanations.
by C M M•
Very helpful though it is short and rather confusing in search of better understanding, and to grasp concept of each theory.
by João F F F•
Curso muito bom e com excelente conteúdo, porém algumas questões dos testes estão com falha, e destacam a resposta correta.
by Nesrin B•
Thank you, it's a very nice course for beginners but I would like to prefer more details and tips about Behavioral Finance.
by Andres C•
Its great to find courses on this topic. Lectures are interesting. Maybe the third week seems like it is incomplete. Thanks
by Basem C•
Very useful especially as an introduction to Behavioral Finance. Week 2 would have been better to be split over two weeks.
by Hugh K•
This course is an excellent overview of Behavioral Finance, in particular, the investor biases which reside in all of us.
by Ian M•
The content of the course was very interesting. My one critique would be not providing explanations for the quiz answers.
by Roberton G•
It only had the answers or the test correction on the first test.
After the course we could receive the answers by e-mail.
by M- B O•
Great course and a good insight on the topic, but it didn't have many lectures, it was mostly just PDFs that you read.
by Juris S•
A good course before Standford game theory. Which I could recommend for everyone who is interested in human behaviors.